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What is PCOD and how does it affect pregnancy ?

both ovaries show multiple cysts arranged in pairs and are peripherally placed Right ovary 38 x24cms LO 46 x 21 cms imperssion PCOD MY question in what is PCOD. the ovary cysts affect pregancy or irregulr menopause.
Asked On : Thu, 7 Jul 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
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PCOD is Polycystic Ovarian Disease. There are large and multiple cysts due to hormonal disturbance in the body. Ovulation will not occur due to this ovulation disturbance. You can get DHEA, LH/FSH ratio, Fasting blood sugar levels tested in blood. Hence, treatable infertility will occur. There are also other problems associated like Diabetes, hair growth on chin, face, obesity, weight gain. There are various modalities of treatment like Laparascopic treatment, laser etc. but first the Doctor will help in reducing hormonal problems by giving OC pills. Medicines for Diabetes may be needed. Exercise is very important to help reduce problems.
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Pediatrician Dr. Aseem's  Response
Hi Vasuki
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read your prob, PCOD n ovarian cyst affect normal cycle n pregnancy. it inhibit the ovulation . it causes of irregular period. as due to it follicals cant be rupture so hampered ovulation n there is diffculting in getting pregnant,
Dr aseem 9982583020
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